By Staff writer
Developer says it will complete handover of nearly 400 homes in Dubailand community by October
Dubai Properties has announced that it will complete the handover of nearly 400 homes at the Mudon project, a master-planned residential community in Dubailand.
Phase 2 of the homeowner handover is scheduled for completion by October, the developer said in a statement.
A total of 398 units were handed over to owners in phase 1 in 2015.
Abdulla Abushabib, senior executive director for Customer Care and Government Relations, DP, said: "We are excited to see Mudon flourish into a community that matches the cosmopolitan lifestyle, growing economy and progressive culture that makes Dubai one of the most attractive prospects for buyers coming from around the world.
"With fantastic feedback from the residents in phase 1, we are expecting similar results for phase 2."
The residential area in Mudon is complemented by a 64,000 sq ft community centre that hosts a supermarket, swimming pool and gym, tennis court, a medical clinic, children's nursery and playground, and a variety of retail outlets and restaurants.
Residents will also soon be able to enjoy the 41-acre Mudon Central Park with cycle and jogging paths, as well as the educational offerings at the GEMS school, which is currently under development.For all the latest construction news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.